Pitchfork have rounded up their 50 Best Albums and 100 Best Tracks of 2014, with Leon Vynehall appearing on both lists, and Inga Copeland landing among the Best Tracks.
“British producer Leon Vynehall is relatively young, but his genteel, elegant compositions are marked by a respect for the history and cultural context of his genre and an awareness of the world around him. His sense of self and regard for his ancestors form the base from which his vital, brainy music takes flight.” Read their full review and the rest of the list here.
“Illuminating and impertinent, ‘Advice to Young Girls’ is a rallying cry for this perpetually plugged-in age; Copeland’s vision of a street-sweeping girl-gang might not roll down your street anytime soon but, in 2014, it was never more than a hashtag away.” Read their full review and #100-91 here. Taken from the album ‘Because You’re Worth It’ (Self-Released)
“‘Goodthing’ is rain on a car window: familiar motion, pleasantly obscured focus, a twinge of sadness if you’re feeling so inclined. It’s a track worth savoring..” Read their full review and #70-61 here. Taken from the album ‘Music for the Uninvited’ (3024)